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Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Rags – 6-7 year old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Norfolk Terrier

This adorable little lady is Rags and she has such a sad story to tell. She came into rescue with her friend Missy from her previous home where she was not being cared for properly and was most likely abused as well. Rags is now safe in the care of Starfish Dog Rescue where she is being treated kindly by her loving foster mum. She is a Norfolk terrier cross Jack russell who is just 6/7 years of age. Rags has the sweetest nature and is slowly responding to the love and care she is receiving in her foster home. It has been a heartbreaking journey for her; when she first arrived she just hid for days behind a chair and when she went into the garden, she would wedge herself behind the greenhouse and hide, the poor girl. She now has a regular routine which includes walks, meals and of course, lots of TLC.

Rags love going for her walks, but she is still quite nervous and the smallest thing can make her jump. The poor girl flattens to the ground as if she is afraid of being hit. :( However, she will come up behind you wagging her little tail and give you kisses. She is gaining confidence every day with her foster family, which includes another small dog. Rags sleeps well all night upstairs and is clean in the house. She has met the granddaughter and is fine, although she does not like it when she plays drums with a wooden spoon. She would probably do best in a quiet home without lots of young children around. She desperately needs a loving, patient home where her owners will not expect too much of her to begin with but will allow her to gain their trust as slowly as she needs to.

Here is a lovely video of Rags in the garden:

Rags could share her home with another quiet, calm and gentle dog. She doesn’t have a bad bone in her body and she so deserves to be loved and cherished as she should have been earlier in her life.

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Nugget – 4 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Nugget is around 4 years old. He is a small sized male Jack Russell type cross. Nuggett is a real character, bouncy and full of fun and greets everyone enthusiastically wanting fuss. We think he has been with children as he seems happy around them. He is also good with other dogs.

All of our rescue dogs, are vaccinated, microchipped, under neutering contract if not already done. We also provide Four Weeks FREE Insurance with Petplan. We do homecheck all prospective owners & rehome throughout the country, we will ask you to visit any potential new member of the family, especially when homing with other dogs and young children.

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Snoopy – 4-5 year old male Spaniel cross Jack Russell Terrier

Snoopy is a lovely little Cross breed dog. We believe he maybe Spaniel cross jack Russell Terrier. He is approximately 4-5 years old. Snoopy is dog friendly but has not been cat tested. He can live with children aged 5 years and above.

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Missy – 3 year old female Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

Please meet Missy-moo-moo (Missy for short!). She is an approximately 3 year old Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier who was recently bought into rescue. She was handed in as a 10 year old, but her teeth and great condition show that she is actually a lot younger! Missy was originally owned by a couple, but when this relationship broke down, the girlfriend was going to have Missy put to sleep to spite her ex (he could not take her to his new place). A friend stepped in and took Missy to stop this happening, but she was quickly reported to her housing officer by a nosy neighbor and she had to find Missy somewhere safe and very quickly.

Missy has now had her assessment and is ready to go up for homing. The only way I can describe Missy is a bit of a spoiled brat! She does not like living with other dogs (although ignores them when out for her walks), so we are looking for a Missy only home (she needs to be the only child)! Missy does have a prey drive so she cannot be homed with cats or free range small pets. If caged animals live in the home, they would have to be kept in a room where Missy had no access. Missy loves her walks and is great on the lead. She is a little too sharp at the moment to be let off lead. Her recall is good, but I am not so sure it would be so great if a rabbit or bird were spotted, so for now she must stay on lead. We exercise her on an extendable lead which she is more than happy with. She does not pull on the lead when being walked.

Missy has lovely manners with people. She can be a little nervy (not aggressive) so we are looking for a home that is either all adult or with children over 12 years old. She would really suit a retired couple – she has so much love to give! Missy is clean in the home and makes a lovely house guest as she is not destructive and can be left for short periods of time on her own without stressing out. Missy requires a free run garden with secure fencing. She is a Jack Russell so will find the smallest gap! Missy has been spayed, had a hernia removed (no further treatment for that), been vaccinated and microchipped, plus her worming and flea treatment has been bought up to date.

A homecheck will be required and a minimum adoption fee of £150 applies.

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Rocky – 4 year old male Pug cross Jack Russell Terrier

Rocky is a four year old Pug crossed with a Jack Russell. He is a small energetic and good natured boy who needs a new home because of a change in his family’s circumstances. Rocky does like children but we would prefer for him to be rehomed where there are older children in the family. He is good with other dogs and enjoys a play. We do not know about cats as he has not met any. Rocky is based near Middlesbrough in the North East.

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Martha – 1 year old female Jack Russell Terrier Cross

This little girl is Martha who is a Jack Russell cross of approximately 1 year. She is the sweetest little thing – all wiggles and licks .Just wants attention and a fuss and a warm lap. She walks well on a lead and is in foster with other dogs and children. A real family dog who is eager to please In foster in Chelmsford – homes In a 30 mile radius.

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Hans – 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Hans is approximately 2 year old neutered male Jack Russell Cross. He loves people, will jump up on your lap as soon as you sit down, he also jumps up at you to be picked up for cuddles. Hans gets on great with his foster’s mums children, aged 5 and 7. He likes other dogs and always wants to say hello. He has good recall but can be cheeky by pretending not to hear you. Hans will make a great companion for the right person/family.

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Lexi – 2 year old female Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

‘I am Lexi the Chihuahua Jack Russell Cross! I am on foster at the moment and All Dogs Matter are trying to find me a forever home!’

Lexi is a 2 year old spayed female Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier. She has been sweet and friendly when out and about and has been well behaved around other dogs. She could live in a household with children aged 8+ and possibly another calm dog. She is also house-trained and is happy being left on her own for a few hours. Loves her walks and is good off the lead. She has not been cat tested yet.

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Riley – 18-24 month old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

This is the lovely Riley. He is a 18 month / 2 year old long legged Jack Russell Terrier Cross, we think probably Parsons cross Jack Russell Terrier. Riley is a gorgeous, friendly, happy but calm little boy. Riley has a lovely nature, loves everyone he meets and loves his walks, and his cuddles.

Riley is good with other dogs, walks nicely on the lead, and sits when asked. Riley is chipped, castrated and has had his first vaccination.

Can you offer this lovely boy his forever home ?

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Gizmo – 1 year old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Meet Gizmo! This 1 year old Jack Russell Terrier cross is a lively little boy who is very friendly. He came into rescue after his previous owner worked very long hours and didn’t have the time to spend training him. In the past he has been under socialised with other dogs, when first meeting them can be vocal but once he is introduced he is friendly and wants to play. Gizmo is very good with older children (teens) and enjoys attention and fuss, he can be fearful of small children and prefers a quiet space.

Gizmo needs a home where the owner can provide some additional training as he isn’t fully house trained at the moment, he also prefers company and can be left for very short periods until he feels more comfortable being on his own. Although he is small he can jump very high and will require a garden with a minimum of 6ft fencing.

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Channi – 1 year old female Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

One year old Channi is a very small girl with a charming personality. She is a little shy for a few minutes, more so with men. Soon eager to show off and dance and play. Off lead this loyal little dog stays close and comes back to check. She meets dogs outdoors without trouble. She is good with cats. She hasn’t lived with children, used to children visiting. She has such a pretty face, with her little turned up nose. Can’t see how anyone could turn her out. She is being crate trained and house trained as she was flat dweller and using pads.

Channi is a real little lap dog if allowed, she will require an hour of off lead exercise and oodles of cuddles. Here is a clip of Channi modelling in the garden. Channi comes neutered and vaccinated.

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Bert and Ernie – 5 month old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Lurchers

Bert and Ernie are two adorable 5 month old puppies are looking for their forever home after a traumatic start in life. Both were found abandoned in a bush during heavy rain in Romania. Lucky for them a lovely lady found them and ensured they were safe. They have now arrived in the UK. They are quite nervous and depend on each other and look to each other for confidence.

Therefore, if they cannot be rehomed together I think they will need to be rehomed where there is already a dog in residence. They are already very clean and have learnt how to walk on a lead already and currently living with cats. They will be small to medium maybe Jack Russell and Lurcher mix.

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